Corazón español

Spanish Musical Temperament through the Ages

Monday 22.07.2019 | 20:00 Troja Chateau
U Trojského zámku 1, Prague 7

Programme

Anonym (17th century)
Fandango
 
Sebastián Durón (1660–1716)
El pícaro de Cupido
 
Juan Hidalgo (1614–1685)
Corazón que en prisión
Esperar, sentir, morir
  
Gaspar Sanz (1640–1710)
Canarios (Instrucción de Música para la guitarra española)
  
José Marín (1618–1699)
Ojos, pues me desdeñáis
  
Anonym (ca 1700)
Vuelve barquilla
  
Lucas Ruíz de Ribayaz (1626–1667)
Xácaras (Luz y Norte Musical)
  
Gabriel Bataille (1575–1630)
El baxel
  
Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco (1644–1728)
No hay que decirle al primor (La Púrpura de la Rosa)
  
Francisco Tárrega (1852–1909)
Sevilla
  
Federico García Lorca (1898–1936)
3 Canciones Populares / Las tres hojas – Nana de Sevilla – Anda jaleo
  
Joaquín Turina (1882–1949)
La oración del torero, op.34
 
Georges Bizet (1838–1875)
Habanera (Cármen)
  
Manuel de Falla (1876–1947)
Canción del fuego fatuo (El amor brujo)
 
Concert with intermission. Expected end of the concert 22:00.

Artists

Annotation

The festival concerts at the Troja Chateau have traditionally been dedicated to Spanish music. Perhaps this has been the influence of the Habsburgs, the omnipresent patrons of the Prague baroque villa, whose dominion on the Iberian Peninsula in the 16th and 17th century is known as the “Golden Age”. It was during the Habsburg’s rule, after all, that Gaspar Sanz, Juan Hidalgo, or Sebastián Durón from Brihuega were active in Calanda, Madrid, and Brihuega.

 

These composers will be our guides as we set out on a journey through the Central Meseta, exploring the Spanish temperament which the locals call “corazón español”.

 

We will travel to the sound of music, of course, accompanied by the soprano Anna Reinhold, a native of Paris, the Exclamatio String Quartet and the brilliant guitarist Quito Gato, originally from Argentina.

 

The musical pilgrimage will confirm that the Spanish heart is still pounding, be it in the rhythms of Joaquín Turina or Federico García Lorca.

 

And it beats passionately!

Venue

Troja Chateau

U Trojského zámku 1, Prague 7

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Partners of the concert

With kind support of Embassy of Spain and Instituto Cervantes and in collaboration with Prague City Gallery.